Need some advice on form

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Been playing for about a year. I throw maybe 380-400 on a good day. My accuracy and angle control isn't great and I'm not sure where to go from here
 

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I've been working on the things in those videos. I'm gained maybe 20ft or so and much better accuracy. Am I trending in the right direction? because I feel visually my form hasn't changed much but it feels a lot better.
 

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I feel like It's getting better but I'm not really noticing and difference in distance. Also il starting to think I might need 1 on 1 coaching if you have any advice on where i should go for that. The image down below is the average I've been getting pretty much and I feel like I just don't get any power in my legs and hips. IMG_1441.png
 

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starting to think I might need 1 on 1 coaching if you have any advice on where i should go for that.

 
I feel like It's getting better but I'm not really noticing and difference in distance. Also il starting to think I might need 1 on 1 coaching if you have any advice on where i should go for that. The image down below is the average I've been getting pretty much and I feel like I just don't get any power in my legs and hips
Email me for zoom lesson seabas22 at yahoo. Your balance/posture and stride are messed up. You aren't leading the stride with your hips or mass properly. You reach your front foot ahead of your mass and then try to push too late off rear leg after planting front foot instead of before.

 
Managed to hit 70 a couple times. I still can't seem to get my posture figured out. I look really leaned over my toes and I miss right because of it I'm pretty sure. Some days are good but I have quite a few off days. I emailed you a little while ago, not sure if you got it or not
 

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I don't see an email with your name. I agree too over toes or too high on rear toes. Let your rear foot go flatter to ground, it's ok if the rear heel touches the ground.
 
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